Product Type: Numark turntables
Newest Review: ... could have done with more inputs and outputs as I run a home studio and I have a lot of equipment that all links together via inputs and ... more
Cheap, easy to use, reliable!
Member Name: TomSpit
Advantages: Cheap, easy to use, reliable!
Disadvantages: Plastic style, not many features.
If I refer to them as "they", I am talking about using a pair of the turntables :)
The Numark TT1610 turntables or dubplates in three words are cheap, reliable but basic. They are made of plastic (with a bit of metal) so they feel slightly cheap at times, but hey! They have a really good price tag, so you get what you pay for I suppose.
The turntables have the two standard (I suppose) speed setting of 33 and 45 RPM and are belt driven. They are really reliable, last a long, long time and are totally worth the money! By default they come with standard Numark branded slip-mats and a needle to get you up and runing in no time. They also have the +10 and -10 (percent) speed setting if you want to beat match to records, etc.
In conclusion, I'd say a pair of these with a mixer in the middle is perfect for any beginner DJ. But if you're a pro, invest in some Technics turntables, because they are just "the apparent best".
Summary: Nice for beginner DJ's.
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